THE ADMINISTRATION: For the Common Good

To any wary U.S. businessman who knows his friends and thinks he knows his enemies, Economist Leon Keyserling is one of the most fearsome curly wolves of the Fair Deal.

Businessmen recently had been receiving reassuring clucks from Commerce Secretary Charles Sawyer, but that might be expected of a man with Sawyer's business background. Last week none other than Leon Keyserling, for 17 years an avid New Dealer and Fair Dealer, looked up from a new study of business and announced a new "trend of thinking." The Government, said Keyserling, approves of businessmen;...

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